ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Angels will open their season July 24 at Oakland with cutouts of fans in the stands, Major League Baseball announced.

Local health and safety guidelines prohibit fans from attending games at the Oakland Coliseum this season – but fans can still make their presence known by buying a cutout of themselves.

Cutouts are $89 each for general fans and $49 each for A’s Access members. The $129 cutouts that will be placed in the “Foul Ball Zone” are sold out.

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – JULY 03: Cardboard cutouts of fans are placed in some seats during The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim practice during their summer workout at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on July 03, 2020 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Each cutout will remain in the ballpark for the 2020 season, and fans can pick them up the following season. And with every purchase of a cutout, fans will receive two tickets to the first exhibition game at the Coliseum during the 2021 season. Proceeds from the Coliseum Cutouts will benefit the Oakland A’s Community Fund.

This will be the fourth consecutive year the Angels have begun a season in the Oakland Coliseum. The Angels would become the first team to start
four consecutive seasons in the same road stadium.

Following a four-game series in Oakland, the Angels will play their home opener July 28 against the Seattle Mariners at Angel Stadium.

The Angels’ 60-game schedule consists of 40 games against American League West teams and 20 against National League West teams. The Angels will start off with exhibition games July 20 at San Diego, July 21 at Dodger Stadium, and July 22 at Angel Stadium against San Diego.

The Angels will play interleague games at Angel Stadium Aug. 14-16 against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Aug. 17-18 against the San Francisco Giants, Sept. 2-3 against the San Diego Padres and Sept. 15-17 against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

When the Angels play at Angel Stadium Aug. 28 against the Seattle Mariners, they will also mark Jackie Robinson Day, which is usually celebrated on April 15.

(© Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)

Comments (5)
  1. Seriously? I guess there are some people out there willing to spend on that scam.

  2. Judy Feldmeth says:

    Please post where we send the picture and money for these cardboard cutoffs. I cant find it anywhere

    1. MaryElizabeth says:

      I can’t find it either, I would love to do this for my grandson. We usually go for his birthday in August, this would be a great gift for him.

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